It is well known that Robert Lewandowski wants to leave Bayern. Wherever he wants, actually. To Barcelona. Now Poland’s national coach is surprisingly bringing Liverpool into play as a possible club.

Liverpool as Lewandowski target? FC Barcelona was repeatedly mentioned as Robert Lewandowski’s hoped-for transfer target. But now the “Mirror” reports that Liverpool FC could also become the striker’s new club. Poland coach Czeslaw Michniewicz is said to be a supporter of a move to England.

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Poland coach clear: Michniewicz says himself that he is “a fan” of Liverpool FC, he would “like to see Lewandowski there”. The fact that the striker played for Liverpool coach Jürgen Klopp before his time at Bayern and that the two know each other very well from the Dortmund years is described in detail in the “Mirror”.

“Absolute machine”: Michniewicz’s statements are reason enough for “Mirror” to bring Lewandowski into play in Liverpool. Barcelona’s financial woes and Klopp’s crush on the striker are also mentioned. For example, the coach called his former protégé an “absolute machine” and the best player he’s ever coached.